Memes & Scavenger Hunts: Ten Ways to Improve Your L&D Program on a Budget (Includes Webinar Recording & Slides)

Yesterday’s webinar discussed memes, scavenger hunts, and other cost effective ways to spice up a training program. The session was one of the most popular […]

Here's What It's Like to Teach Artificial Intelligence to High Schoolers

A high school in California taught seniors to work with artificial intelligence by exploring technical skills and societal impacts and engaging students in projects.

Three Big Questions on Artificial Intelligence and Schools

Artificial Intelligence has big implications for curriculum, teaching, learning, and district management. And it comes with its fair share of flaws too.

Reflections on “Choice -> Ownership -> Empowerment -> Deeper Learning” [Juliani]

Choice -> Ownership -> Empowerment -> Deeper Learning — from AJ Juliani Excerpt (emphasis DSC): Students continue to fall into the same trap year after […]

Teach Cloud Computing to Students with AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has provided a host of free and informative resources for educators and students that are focused on preparing the future cloud […]

Seeking a Data Solution That Works

Seeking a data solution that works for your district team can be difficult, no matter the size of your district. In previous blog entries, we’ve […]

2019 Horizon Report Higher Education Edition

The finalized 2019 Horizon Report Higher Education Edition (from library.educause.edu) was just released on 4/23/19. Excerpt: Key Trends Accelerating Technology Adoption in Higher Education: Short-Term—Driving […]

Episode 135 Trends for April 13-23: Online Teaching & Learning, Hardwar & Software, Security & Citizenship, and Instructional Design & Curriculum

We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that include April 13-23, 2019 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. We […]

Reflections on “Bad bargain: Why we still ask kids to factor polynomials and how we fix it.” [Vander Ark] Or, are our educational systems set up like this stop sign?

Bad bargain: Why we still ask kids to factor polynomials and how we fix it — from gettingsmart.com by Tom Vander Ark Excerpt: OK, we […]

Five key trends for professional and continuing education leaders in the next five years [Schroeder]

Five key trends for professional and continuing education leaders in the next five years — from evolllution.com by Ray Schroeder Excerpts: Higher education is on […]

One-Fourth of K-12 Math Instruction Occurs Digitally, Survey Suggests

Print is still popular, and math teachers still want time for direct instruction and group work, according to market-intelligence firm Simba Information.

Learning Thursday #5: Overcome Your Blended Learning Phobia

Learning Thursday is a blog series that features a new L&D article every other week along with discussion points.  Read and then share your own ideas […]

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